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From Russia with Love
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From Russia with Love

Every year on February 14th it’s hard to miss those who are taking rejection very hard on or close to the most romantic day of the year. Whether the rejection was recent or many years ago, Valentine’s Day, for some, can reduce their emotions to puddles … literally. Luckily, this year offered a surprising lesson on handling sweethearts who went sour came complements of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics when Viktor Ahn won Gold for Russia.

A Year of Fixing
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A Year of Fixing

I’m not trying to fix you. You are not broken. If I learned anything in 2013 it was that there is nothing to fix when it comes to love. After indulging in every dating coach program available, it dawned on me how rejecting just happens. Rather than see romantic rejection as a symptom of deficiency on my part, the better option would have been to just move on and work on being my best self for me.

Top 10 Tips to Remind You that Self-Hate is Lying
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Top 10 Tips to Remind You that Self-Hate is Lying

Here are some top 10 tips for reminding yourself why self-hate is a big lie: The person(s) that programmed you to hate yourself were projecting their misery onto you. Strong confident self-loving people build others up. Weak miserable people tear them down. Consider the source. Abusive people are at war with themselves and the world. They drafted you against your will. Choose to leave the battle.

The Big Lie of Self-Hate
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The Big Lie of Self-Hate

Life isn’t fair. Love is our birthright. So why doesn’t it happen for some of us? We believe the lie that we are worthless and only deserve hate. Most of the time self-hate results from bad treatment over time. Basically, someone programmed a lie in our heads that we’re a piece of garbage. Is they were successful in making us believe the lie, we do it to ourselves. When we reinforce the lie, it becomes part of our identity. Left unchallenged, we believe to our core that we suck.

Being Ready to Receive
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Being Ready to Receive

A popular belief among dating coaches is that one must rid themselves of all past love connections to have an open space to receive love. That means no crushes or holding on to past romantic partners of prospects. I agree to an extent. Sometimes all you can see is that unavailable person and miss out on the right one. Feelings aren’t like faucets. You can’t just turn off the tap of love. One simply has to get over the hump of love sickness and keep meeting people.